dramatic composition

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Then they take small squeeze bottles of liquid lead (black paint mixed with glue could be substituted) and trace over their pencil lines, creating a thick, dark, wavy, dramatic composition.
A carefully planned arrangement of shapes in Nighthawks is the basis of its dramatic composition.
The flames will be changing color as you walk around the bike, while the deep black base color is softly sparkling in silver -- a dramatic composition of a timeless design.
It is a dramatic composition of shapes, color and texture that creates a facade that is bold and inviting.
The images in the exhibition are treated with great sensitivity and feature his characteristic style of angular perspectives, dramatic composition and atmospheric lighting.
In Washington Crossing the Delaware, Leutze used light, perspective, color, and motion to create a dramatic composition.
The dramatic composition of this photograph was inspired by the surrealist art of the era and, working with the artist Roy Hobdell, McBean went on to produce a number of 'surrealist' portraits of leading actresses in a weekly series, which ran until the early months of the war.
One photograph has the brilliant dramatic composition of a baroque painting.
The result in the case of the Mirzan House is a dramatic composition that responds magnificently to a site of considerable natural beauty.
Refinements of the thesis later in the text emphasize the dramatic composition that is "fully narrative" with heroic figural types.
Some plants were placed in unsuitable environments simply because the size or color of the leaf made a dramatic composition.
Any fiction writer will recognize that this is good dramatic composition.
to create The Good Raised Up , a dramatic composition for treble chorus, violin, percussion, piano and several narrators, and recounts a night in the 1850s when a Quaker family in Germantown protected a group of escaped slaves from capture by a band of federal marshals.